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 Post subject: Re: BA XT Violent Vibrations
Posted: Mon Jan 10, 2011 4:52 pm 
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Age: 34

Posts: 5

Joined: 29th Dec 2010

Ride: 2004 BA Falcon Ute 6cyl Auto

Location: Darwin
NT, Australia


Had the same problems :wink: with my 2004 BA Ute, this is what I did and it fixed :shock: the shudders...

-DBA slotted rotors w Bendix HD's
-Monroe GT-Gas Shocks
-Upper & Lower ball joints
-Tie-rod end's (came in the kit w ball joints so thought stuff it might as well)
-Nolathane Bushes front and rear on Lower Control Arm (prick of a job :evil: )
-New tyre's w wheel alignment

Drove from Darwin to Adelaide (approx 3000km) beginning of Dec and not a problem, tyre's wore evenly, no shudders (except for those bloody cattle grids) and brakes aren't even making a sound!!

:arrow: Keep in mind though I don't have ABS or IRS so this may have been an easy, though not a cheap :roll: , win for me...

Hope this helps lads :mrgreen:
 Post subject: Re: BA XT Violent Vibrations
Posted: Thu Jan 13, 2011 3:43 pm 
Smokin em up

Age: 27

Posts: 270

Joined: 13th Dec 2010

Ride: ba xr6t ute

Location: perth
WA, Australia

theres a main nut that adjusts the pressure on the pads in the booster, i belive this was to tight on most fords and caused the pads to always sit against the rotors, thus causing excess heat and causing the shudder
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